Upasana Express Derailed on Track: The track down the line collapsed on Wednesday near Dildarnagar station of the Danapur railway section. According to the information, the Upasana Express passed down the line at around 4 pm on Wednesday. In the meantime, the track broke. The accident was averted due to the low speed of the train. The signal had become lala due to the train passing through the track.
Upasana Express Derailed on Track
Railway officials stopped the operation as soon as the information about the Patni cracking was received. Due to this, many trains were stopped at different stations. Railway engineers repaired the track, after which the operation was resumed.
Information is given to higher authorities.
Assistant station manager Deepkar Kumar Gupta, who was on duty during the incident, said that as soon as the information about the derailment was received, the higher officials were informed about it. The information about the incident was given to Akhilesh Prasad, Senior Section Engineer Rail Path, Dildarnagar.
Many trains were affected for 45 minutes.
As soon as the information was received, Lalji, Rampravesh Kushwaha, Mohan Prasad of the Railway Path Engineering Department fixed the track by tying a clamp on the rail track. Due to this, the operation of trains was restored from the down route for 45 minutes. During this, Secunderabad-Danapur Express Dildarnagar Junction and Patna MEMU Passenger train were stopped at Darauli.
Goods train derails on the Tundla-Kanpur route.
Several trains have been diverted due to the derailment of an empty goods train at Tundla-Kanpur near Prayagraj in Uttar Pradesh. Railway has confirmed the incident of derailment of the train. At present, repair work is going on at the accident site, and no one was injured in the incident.
At present, railway officials are investigating the derailment. At the same time, the railway has changed the route of many trains, which will go to their destination via Moradabad. These trains also include Tejas and Vande Mataram trains running from Delhi.